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Aspartame's Safety is reconfirmed by the European Food Safety Authority
December 10, 2013: - The European Food Safety Authority has today published its opinion on aspartame, confirming its safety and the fact that aspartame, and its digested components, bring nothing new to our diet.

Aspartame is made from two amino acids, the building blocks of protein that occur widely in everyday foods and drinks. When we consume products with aspartame, it is digested to small amounts of common dietary components. Apart from an excellent sweet taste without calories, aspartame brings nothing new to our diet.
Simple Calorie Swaps Still a Good Way to Manage Weight
Low-calorie sweeteners are available for consumers who wish to avoid sugar and save calories while still enjoying something sweet. Health professionals along with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics agree that sugar consumption should be reduced to save calories and to promote healthful body weights. Consumer curiosity has been peaked when some observational research suggested that low-calorie sweeteners are associated with weight gain.

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